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Arnold Raymond "Bud" Thompson

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Arnold Raymond "Bud" Thompson

January 9, 1934 - July 16, 2021

Peacefully at the Northumberland Hills Hospital in Cobourg on Friday, July 16th, 2021, Bud Thompson at 87 years of age. Dear son of the late Clarke and Eva Thompson. Brother of Paul Thompson and predeceased by his siblings Dale, Gerald, Ruth, Nancy. Missed by his many nieces and nephews. Also missed by the residents and staff of Legion Village, the older patrons of Kelly's and everyone who knew him. Cremation with a private interment at Cobourg Union Cemetery. Those wishing may make a memorial donation to Legion Village.

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MURRAY GRIFFIN - August 1, 2021

Dear Family On the very first day June 15, 2013 when Ann and I moved into Legion Village we were warned, "Look out for 'Bud'. He could clobber you with his stick." So we looked out for Bud in a good way. He became my good friend. Bud and I had identical Arnold Palmer golf shirts and when we wore them at the same time we said, "Hey, Bud we're twins." Bud would wander in from Kelly's and before I knew his last name I thought it might be "Wiser". Of course, Janice was his "girlfriend" and one day he slipped and called her his "wife". We never made fun of him. He'd had enough of that in his life. May God sustain you all and by the way, just like #99, I have retired my golf shirt.

Pat Kelly - July 24, 2021

Very sad to hear about the passing of Bud. Our condolences to his family and friends. He will be missed by his Kelly's Hotel family and I will miss our bantering back and forth. Bud was always fun to have around. Pat and Mary Ann Kelly

Sharon and Bruce - July 22, 2021

Paul so sad to learn of your brother’s passing. I know that you always did your best to make sure that all was good and well with him. I know he didn’t always understand but that’s how families work. I am sure you and many others are thinking of him and will miss him.

Lynda Skitch Oliver - July 22, 2021 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Legion Village

Terry and Lynda Pettibone - July 21, 2021 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Legion Village

Terry and Lynda Pettibone - July 21, 2021

We were sorry to hear about your brother, Paul. A donation has been sent to Legion Village.

Jeanne Bell - July 19, 2021

I had the pleasure of knowing and working with Bud back in 1955at the Chateau he had the kindest heart and biggest smile and was so happy just doing for others ,and in later years meeting on the street he always remembered you RIP Bud

Cindy Blower - July 19, 2021

I’m very sorry to hear of Bud’s passing. Many, many people will be thinking of Bud fondly and remembering how he touched their lives, myself included. May he Rest In Peace.

Debbie Hackney - July 19, 2021

Remember Buddy from his Chateau Hotel days ...always running errands for Rosina ....he was always off and running somwhere on his bike ...enjoy your bike rides in heaven RIP BUDDY

Tammy Elder - July 19, 2021

My sincere condolences to the Thompson Family. My Little Buddly....I will miss your smile around Legion Village. You were the always willing to help out. Every day you would give me the daily news and let me know who won the baseball game....we're all going to miss you❤

Lynda Farrell - July 18, 2021

My sincere condolences to Bud's family on his passing. Bud was well loved by both the residents and staff at Legion Village. He was always so excited to tell me about a winning Blue Jay game (or a losing one!) and to remind me to get gas before I went home because the price was going up, always eager to help wherever he could. You'll be missed, Bud. Rest well.

June and Gord Minifie - July 18, 2021

Condolences to the family.❤️

Paul Pearse - July 18, 2021

Condolences to you Paul and all your family. Growing up in Cobourg I new all the family, Buddy was special and a friend of everyone who new him. RIP my friend.

Terry Barrett - July 18, 2021

Paul, you have had a lot on your plate of late. Haven't seen you in a long time but do know I, and many others, are holding you close in our thoughts... take care

Lauren Maclean - July 18, 2021

Tammy and Laurie....so sorry to read that your Uncle Bud passed. He was very lucky to have such caring nieces...Lauren Maclean

Elaine Fish - July 18, 2021

I remember Bud from when I worked at IGA back in the late 70's early 80's. He worked for Rosina William's getting groceries for her for the Chateau. Always on his bike. Later at Kelly's and was always happy to buy him a beer. He was a very friendly, happy guy..RIP Bud

Debbie Young - July 17, 2021

To the Thompson family....sending my condolences to all....May you rest in peace Bud...I will surely miss you.

Judy Elliott - July 17, 2021

Rest In Peace Buddy. I’m sure your pal is waiting for you! You’ll always be a friend for life. You’re no longer in pain and breathing easy again. xoxo

Tammy Smith - July 17, 2021

Uncle Bud, you will be dearly missed. I'm so glad that Laurie and I were able to spend so much time with you at the hospital over the past couple of weeks. We will certainly miss our visits to Cobourg to visit you. RIP Bud and I hope you are somewhere reunited with Nana, Grandpa, my mom and the rest of your siblings. ❤️

Liz and Dean McCaughey - July 17, 2021

Bud will be missed. He was a mainstay at Kelly's!

Ross and Penny (Martin) Jenkins - July 17, 2021

Our sincerest condolences on the loss your brother Bud, Paul. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Sincerely, Ross and Penny

Ann Tozak - July 17, 2021

My condolences to all the family. Bud will truly be deeply missed at Legion Village. I will miss our talks in the morning of our Toronto Maple Leafs or Blue Jay games. You were loved by all!

RobertPearse - July 17, 2021

To family, I’m so sorry to hear of Buds passing. I have known Bud all my life. He loved his sports and was a great participator at Legion Village. Rest In Peace my friend. Bob

JoAnn Kropf-Hedley - July 17, 2021

Bud was a character. Had lots of fun with him at Kelly’s. So sorry for your loss Paul ❤️